SeaFair The Mega Yacht Venue

About SeaFair

 

SeaFair is the world’s first mobile megayacht venue and the fourth largest privately owned yacht in the United States. Groundbreaking in scale, ingenuity and style, the yacht – which remains dockside during each event – pairs international fine art, jewelry and collectables with harbor view dining and special events in cities along the eastern seaboard.

 

The $40M purpose built yacht was designed by internationally acclaimed yacht designer Luiz De Basto. At 228 feet and 2800 international tons, it is the largest ship built for commercial operation in the Intracoastal Waterway and requires a draft of only 6.5 feet allowing it to dock at small yacht facilities in central city locations rather than use commercial ports.

  • Deck One features a formal entry, ten individual exhibit spaces and a coffee bar
  • Deck Two features twelve exhibit spaces and the Luxe Lounge, an open-air champagne and caviar lounge on the aft deck
  • Deck Three features six exhibit spaces and Sapore’, our formal glass-walled restaurant
  • The Sky Deck (Deck Four) contains Bistro360, an informal open-air restaurant and Bar360, a cocktail reception area

 

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS

This creative concept was developed by International Fine Art Expositions (IFAE) – a leader in organizing leading prestigious art fairs throughout the world.

 

IFAE has pioneered more international fine art fairs than any global fair organizer since 1991, having established major fairs in Miami Beach, Palm Beach, Chicago, New York, Beverly Hills, Dallas, and Hong Kong . The clientele for IFAE’s major land-based fairs include many of the most important galleries and collectors in the world.

 

See www.ifae.com for more information.

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